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want to know how the clintons plan to campaign in 2014 and lay the groundwork for 2016, we hope you were paying attention this week, because i think we got the best glimpse yet of the clinton apparatus in action. another way to put it, the clintons got the band back together. hillary clinton dipped her toes into policy debates from health care to venezuela and cuba. as well as arizona's anti-gay law. bill clinton kicked off his campaign to become the 2014 campaign serkt's mvp, and democratic outside groups that are already lining up behind a clinton presidential bid punched back aggressively in her defense. so let's start with wednesday. hillary clinton was a bit could i r -- coy about her future. >> can you give us some insight in your tbd in your bio will play out? >> well, i'd really like to, but i have no characters left. i will certainly ponder that. >> but what was clear in that speech and in those remarks is clinton has become a full participant in the invisible primary. she made her most extended defense, for instance, of the health care law. >> -- you insure your car. why?
clinton runs for president, does that mean you won't run? isn't that what you have said? biden couldn't have been more emphatic. he said he never said he wouldn't run if hillary did. quote, whether she runs or not will not affect my decision. he went on to say that his wife jill was supportive of his decision, and that being a good vice president the next several years was a perfect way to make himself a solid presidential candidate. so are we ready? is the democratic party ready for this? is the country ready for a showdown between the vice president of the united states and the former first lady, former u.s. senator, former secretary of state? and why is biden saying all this now? and who is he saying it to? is he serving notice to secretary clinton that the presidential nomination is not hers for the asking? is it to tell bill clinton that this march through a second clinton presidency is going to be a bit messy? is it to tell the democrats overall out in the country that they'll have a choice in the winter and spring of 2016? well, the question for me, why is joe biden, an experie
clinton and a few others, and then see if it can take root in some of these individual races. >> can he be the democrats' chief cheerleader to save the senate? >> it's going to be hard in north carolina and some southern states. >> you could need a line of cheerleaders. you need the president, you need bill clinton. >> he is. cog out fighting, which is big news for the progressives in this country. there are loot of them who need to vote. david corn, and thank you, eugene robinson. >>> coming up, the bridgegate tapes. wait until you hear these. the 911 calls from the people stuck in the epic george washington bridge traffic. an ambulance couldn't get through. the fender-benders. well, tonight the picture of chaos and confusion created in the name of political revenge. >>> also, don't look now, but the hillary clinton campaign is already revving up out there. here is the deal. hillary does the policy. bill does the politics. and wants to get in to rapid response. >>> plus, bathroom humor for the speaker of the house. actually boy's room. hard to believe john boehner made fun of his name.
to congresswoman debbie wasserman shultz from the hill about all that and hillary clinton. that's up next. just had to stopy the house to grab a few things. you stopped by the house? uh-huh. yea. alright, whenever you get your stuff, run upstairs, get cleaned up for dinner. you leave the house in good shape? yea. yea, of course. ♪ [ sportscaster talking on tv ] last-second field go-- yea, sure ya did. [ male announcer ] introducing at&t digital life. personalized home security and automation. get professionally monitored security for just $29.99 a month. with limited availability in select markets. ♪ as a police officer, i've helped many people in the last 23 years, but i needed help in quitting smoking. [ male announcer ] along with support, chantix varenicline is proven to help people quit smoking. chantix reduced the urge for me to smoke. it actually caught me by surprise. [ male announcer ] some people had changes in behavior, thinking, or mood, hostility, agitation, depressed mood, and suicidal thoughts or actions while taking or after stopping chantix. if you notice any of
political pull of bill clinton. >> we begin the program with a member ofrving congress ever. served with 11 presidents and 10 students -- 11 presidents. it is a privilege to have john dingell. thank you for being here. >> god bless you. you still call me john. >> you have revered the institution. what reforms would you make? the nasty partisanship. it shouldn't be that way. the congress means the coming together. the assemblage of the american people. business has been moved into the office of the speaker. newt gingrich started that. the thenontrol over congress. they had the control they wanted place they wanted. >> you would return that? >> you bet i would. but with the money in politics, the 24 hourver -- news cycle, do you worry that rather than a temporary cycle, this may be a condition for a long time? >> i am afraid that it is so. i am very much afraid that the congress will never be able to go back. you mentioned the other problems we have. 24-hour news cycle. the difficulty in getting the business of the congress done under those conditions. and, the tremendous difficulty that we h
today, and an old pro making his move again. former president bill clinton blazing his way back onto the campaign trail. why? and what does it say about former secretary hillary clinton and the white house in 2016? abc's jeff zeleny spent the day watching the man a lot of people have called the big dog, back in action. >> reporter: bill clinton is back. >> look, i love kentucky. you've been good to me. >> reporter: plunging into one of the biggest political battles of the year. the effort to knock off the top republican in the senate, mitch mcconnell. dloin clinton says he's turned gridlock into an art form. >> when there's a problem, do everything you can to make sure the problem is never fixed. it may work in an election, get people all torn up, upset, everybody mad all the time. but it's a dumb way to run a country. >> reporter: in kentucky today, clinton was helping mcconnell's opponent, secretary of state alison lundergan grimes. she was a teenager when he was president. here she is, only 14, presenting roses to the clintons at their inauguration in 1993. surrounded by senators
wrong. if hillary clinton runs, 10-1 he does not run. if hillary clinton does not run and his health is good, 4-1 that he does run. >> i think he's dying to run. so he's just waiting to see what happens. i think he's very easy to run. >> mike barnicle? >> you're talking about the greatest vice president in the history of western civilization, right? >> joe biden. we love joe biden. i agree with a blend of what al and cokie just said. i think the vice president really would like and enjoy and be very happy running for president of the united states he's obviously going to be tempered by what hillary clinton chooses to do on a number of fronts, fund-raising ability. he would like to run but i bet the odds he would not run. >> don't you get the sense talking about the possibility behind that big smile he resents a little bit that it's a forgone conclusion that hillary clinton would be the nominee for democrat. he's saying in his own way, hey, man, i'm vice president, i should get a shot at this if i want it. >> anyone seeing what i do, julie? >> sure. the thing we have too remember abou
clinton at the time when it was the g-7. then it was the g-8. but he and boris yel sin had a personal relationship that made a lot of what happened possible, i guess. i'm thinking a lot of vodka drinking, but a lot of -- you know, at the summits you could tell there was a personal rapport. putin is not that kind of guy, for starters. we don't see that kind of relationship with president obama. so to this idea of these outdated modes, i mean, it strikes me that putin doesn't necessarily share those values or those interests of being a part of the g-8 or -- and again does hold on to this 19th century, 20th century model of what he's trying to accomplish. >> well, remember, president bush thought he could get along with him. he said, i looked into his soul and saw somebody i could deal with. you're quite right. he doesn't care. but i think the important thing is this will not be a long-benefit for him and the russian people. because if we do the things that nina was talking about here in terms of making it difficult for the russians to have access to the world economic system and trade a
. so sorry for that. the clinton library is releases thousands of pages ever documents, let's hope i'm a fast reader. we'll have an exclusive first interview in those documents set for release and the first tv interview also with the head of planned parent hood since that group released a new strategy for the mid-term election cycle. we're going to crunch the numbers on all of your reporting on student debt crisis and put the tough questions to a big voice in that fight, kirsten gillibrand, first our headlines. >> set to be released today, the first of more than 30,000 pages of documents from bill clinton's presidency. >> the documents are expected to include confidential communications between the former president and his advisers and may also include communications with former first lady hillary rodham clinton. >> a verdict has come down in the trial of kennedy. >> they came back with a verdict. >> i really did have great, great lawyers and most people don't have access to that. >> ukraine's ousted president speaking out from russia, told reporters he intends to continue fighting f
this is of course. it's because everyone figures hillary clinton is going to run and nobody believes that biden will challenge her in a primary. this has nothing to do with whatever personal friendship exists between the two of them or any sense on biden's part that maybe hill vi a better fit for the job than he is. but it does have everything to do with some truly shocking numbers np the history of modern presidential politics, some truly understand precedented numbers. let's go back to 1986. this is the midway point of ronald reagan's presidency. george w. bush wanted to succeed ray gone in 1988. spent a good chunk of his time shoring up his standing with the republican party, adjusting his positions, winning over skeptical leaders. but what helped bush most was his linkage with the president. republicans love the gripper and george h. bush was his loyal vice president. so when they took a poll and skds republicans who they wanted their 1998 nominee to be. 53 for bush, 16% for his nearest competitor. that's what the vice presidency is supposed to do for you. if bush had not been reagan's numb
debbie wasserman schultz, chair of the dnc, showed up at the end of your campaign. hillary clinton didn't show up, joe biden didn't show up, vir chilly no one came in, didn't really raise money for you, did injure actually nothing to help you try to beat chris christie. is that fair? >> essentially, but you sound like you're reveling in it. >> not reveling in it. just looking back and i'm wondering if it might have been different if you would have had some support from some of your the fellow democrats. >> there's no question. it was a matter of resources. back in august we lopped ten points off his lead in the polls without spending any money because people were focused on the election. you know, i had a call from one of the political bosses in september saying to me, you know, barbara, i can't tell you who told me this but the internal polls are closing, and i said i know that, i knew that was going to happen when people started focusing on the issues. he said to me too bad you don't have money to go up on tv and, you know, make sure that people know who you are. and i said, you know,
a developing story involving hillary clinton, another potential presidential candidate. the clinton presidential library oohs begun releasing tens of thousands of pages of documents from former president bill clinton's time in office. the documents indicate staffers worked to humanize the former first lady. oh, no. one maple -- memo says they wanted to use the emerging power of the internet to make her more relatable. we better put some people in prison. quote, internet has become a popular mode of communication. hillary could speak to young women through internet. i think hillary would have fun with this. oh, my god. they need to impeach them again. >> there are some things that are a little bit worse than that. but i agree, there's no there there. as was famously said. there's some internal memos, when it comes to hillary care, and if you don't like obamacare, you're not going like what they were all talking not terms of hillary care in 1993 and '94. she was the architect of that. people have known she was for healthcare reform for a long time, and i didn't get passed. unless we s
, i can't think of a reason why joe biden would do this match with hillary clinton if he wasn't going to come roaring out at the bell. that's "hardball" for now. thanks for being with us. "all in with chris hayes" starts right now. >>> good evening from new york. i am ari melber filling in for chris hayes tonight. we begin with a story where progressives are on offense this evening. the plane carrying governor jan brewer touched down in arizona and the conservative governor came home here with a lot of baggage. her colleagues in arizona and around the nation are waiting on her to decide whether she will sign or veto arizona's senate bill 1062, the controversial bill that would authorize businesses to discriminate against gay citizens. such diskr kricrimination is gey prohibited but the bill would create a religious exemption. passed out of the arizona lectu legislature and sitting on jan brewer's desk. she has until saturday morning to make her decision. yesterday brewer in washington for a national governors association event said she'd not yet made up her mind on how she would act.
bill clinton, for example. i think it is interesting obamacare actually cuts both ways. it is issue that will motivated the republican base a great deal. it is also motivating the democratic base. it is very well thought of and very supported among the democratic party base. it would be guess whose base is more motivate? if i had to guess the anger on the right will be more than the support on the left. jon: ron fournier, nina easton, thank you both. >> thank you. >> thank you. jenna: we'll take you now live to the white house. the first lady gets ready to announce a proposal by the fda to make major changes to the nutrition fact labels on all packaged foods of the you see secretary sebelius up there talking about this announcement today. elizabeth prann is live with more. we're waiting on word from the white house. what can we expect. >> reporter: we expect to hear from the first lady like you said who will formally announcing label changes. it will however not happen overnight, could be some time, even years before we see the gradual change. there are about 700,000 products that n
. >>> up next, did you wonder why senator rand paul suddenly started talking about bill clinton last month? >> i love kentucky. you've been great to me. you voted for me twice. you've been great to hillary. i love kentucky. >> we have great southern politics, where the past is always prologue. bill clinton on the campaign trail. that's up next. [ female announcer ] who are we? we are the thinkers. the job jugglers. the up all-nighters. and the ones who turn ideas into action. we've made our passions our life's work. we strive for the moments where we can say, "i did it!" ♪ we are entrepreneurs who started it all... with a signature. legalzoom has helped start over 1 million businesses, turning dreamers into business owners. and we're here to help start yours. turning dreamers into business owners. save you fifteen percent or more on car insurance.d everybody knows that. well, did you know pinocchio was a bad motivational speaker? i look around this room and i see nothing but untapped potential. you have potential. you have...oh boy. geico. fifteen minutes could save you fifteen percent o
rand paul suddenly started talking about bill clinton last month? >> i love kentucky. you've been great to me. you voted for me twice. you've been great to hillary. i love kentucky. >> we have great southern politics, where the past is always prologue. bill clinton on the campaign trail. that's up next. are you flo? yes. is this the thing you gave my husband? well, yeah, yes. the "name your price" tool. you tell us the price you want to pay, and we give you a range of options to choose from. careful, though -- that kind of power can go to your head. that explains a lot. yo, buddy! i got this. gimme one, gimme one, gimme one! the power of the "name your price" tool. only from progressive. >>> politics is not rocket science. it's either creative cooperation or constant conflict. it's either a focus on people or a focus on keeping yourself in power by keeping people torn up and upset so they can't think anymore. when alison got in this race and i talked about it, i said, your opponent is a genius at that ladder course. he skated a couple of elections here doing that. >> former pres
. the politics lead. flashback friday. withheld pages from the clinton presidency is released and shines new light on hillary clinton. >>> and the buried lead. actor seth rogen calls out washington, d.c., for not calling out something that is important. seth rogen live on "the lead" today. good afternoon, everyone. i'm jake tapper. we're going to begin, of course, with the world lead and armed men who may be tied to the russian military who have seized control of two airports in the ukraine. we're also hearing that as many as 20 russian marines armed with machine guns have surrounded a tv station in crimea, southern ukraine, although for right now they remain outside of the building. marines were called in to keep the building secure. this, as the country's ousted president emerged from the shadows today and came out swinging against his political opponents. a defiant viktor yanukovych made an appearance under russian presence saying that he's still in charge and he's not backing down. >> translator: nobody has overturned me. i was compelled to leave ukraine due to a direct threat of my life
you a clip. this is president clinton talking to me at the cgi last september about his own dealings with vladimir putin because it seems to me that trust in putin right now is absolutely key. listen to this. >> mr. putin has got -- he's very smart. >> you know him better than most people. >> yeah, i do. >> what was he like behind closed doors away from sort of the public utterances? >> smart and remarkably -- we had a really good, blunt relationship. >> how blunt? >> brutally blunt. >> did putin ever renege on a personal agreement made to you? >> no, he did not. >> behind closed doors he could be trusted. >> he kept his word in all the deals we made. >> i found that fascinating insight into that relationship and into the character of putin. and i remember bill clinton going on to say that what you had to be weary of with putin was making any public pronouncements as the american president or any world leader which exposed to him to any sense of ridicule and embarrassment losing faith with his own people. taking it to the current situation, what should we make about the reality of pu
and hillary front nominations and the library will release about 5,000 pages of documents from the clinton white house. the documents include confidential advice given to president clinton including communications within first lady hillary clinton and the papers will be posted online by the national archives with paper copies being made available at the clinton library. more than 30,000 documents could soon be released. attorney general eric holder is resting at home this morning after spending some time in the hospital for chest pains on thursday. holder felt faint and short of breath during a meeting with staff members and treated for an elevated heart rate and told he is feeling better. southern california are bracing themselves for extreme weather conditions and mandatory evacuation is in effect for glendora and jesus and they have mud slides threatening homes and la may get 8" of rain in just two days and that is the amount of rainfall they get in a month causing mudslides and power outages and flash floods and nicole has a closer look of the situation out west and it has been too dra
to tom waiting in clinton, maryland on our line for democrats. good morning. caller: hi. a second on to take your previous colors. one who said something about president obama -- no one listens to him. obama speaks in concert with the house and senate. he doesn't just come out make statements. he represents the american government when he speaks. president putin is going to do what he is going to do and president obama has no control over what he does. there are international obligations that russia has as far as ukraine is concerned. that man is supposed to speak out about these things. as far as what he wants to do as far as working to russia to resolve this problem is another matter. take supposed to opposition or exception to what he feels is a breach of international obligation by russia. thank you very much. thanks to him and his administration we are not the country we used to be." "he's the twitter page -- to pray for ukraine." we will stay on this topic for the next 20 minutes or so here on the washington journal. we want to point out a few of the other headlines going on
on a federal law, championed by ted kennedy, signed by bill clinton. it says if you are going to substantially burden someone's exercise of a religion -- there has to be a compelling governmental interest at stake. >> pretty big -- >> the anti-gay, it was completely false. >> let me say a couple things about that. first of all, that minor expansion, it opened up a whole pandora's box. the only justifications were anti-gay justifications. that blew it up. not 57 problems, it's to do with gay folks. i'm going to tell you one thing. i'm passionate about this and a lot of people are. the one great achievement of the last century, we took out of the american lexicon six words, we don't serve your kind here. we took those out. the civil rights movement to do it. dr. king got killed trying to do that. we don't serb your kind here is not acceptable anymore. those no blacks allowed signs came down, we don't to want see no gay signs in this country. it was a very emotional issue -- >> that's not what it would have done. >> absolutely. >> if you own a coffee shop and refuse to serve a gay person, one, yo
about of overplayings the hand here. look at bill clinton today. bill clinton, the former president of the united states of america who hooked up with an intern in the oval office for goodness sakes has a 60% approval rating because people still look at the grand what he did as president of the united states of america. democrats are campaigning with him today. and they look past that because they saw there was a personal mistake. ted nugent made a mistake. he made a mistake in what he said. that's the thing that people look at. >> final word goes to paul. >> ben, i have to beg you we stop using monica lewinsky from 20 years ago when we are discussing politics. i don't think we're helping ourselves. >> the point is though people look past failures. >> there's a lot of points we can take issue with in regards to bill clinton or hillary clinton who might be the potential candidate. i don't want to go back to relitigating what we did, what he did 20 years ago. please. >> final word goes to paul, the democrat. he's been very silent. >> i think the i'm trying to be polite here. my goodne
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clinton - documents from the clinton white house were made public and we had ipp sight into hillary's stormy relationship with the press core. as thee gears up, how real can she be, and not someone that hates the press. >> first of all, hillary clinton will be the strongest candidate that the democrats have. there's more ink written about hillary clinton than any other political figure. i don't think the documents will be released are going to matter. take rand paul. he's looking backwards, he's bringing up monica lewins key as an attack on hilary clinton. he's dredging that up. people don't want to hear about them, but want to hear about now. that's where hillary will have her issue. she needs to come up with what she's for and now, not things like in the past. it was rand paul looking back to monica lewinski. what must she do. what would she have to do to convince you? >> dade is right bringing up those issues are not what the campaign is about. people have made their decision. i think what this election for her will be about is where is obama come 2016. i mean, right now he is up
to be politically motivated lane closures. >>> all right, today, new documents expected from the clinton presidential library, 5,000 pages of previously unreleased papers, including confidential communications between former president bill clinton and his advisers and possible communications involving former first lady hillary clinton that could play a role if she decides to run in 2016. it's just the beginning, really. 25,000 more pages are expected in the coming weeks. >> people will be poring through these. >>> all right, breaking news overnight out of los angeles. former nfl star darren sharper has turned himself in to the lapd after police in new orleans obtained arrest warrants for him. sharper is facing rape charges in louisiana. he faces similar charges in california. last week in los angeles, he pleaded not guilty to drugging and raping two women. he is also under investigation in arizona and nevada, and miami beach police are investigating a sexual battery complaint against him. >>> all right, kerry kennedy's fate is now in the hands of a new york jury. the daughter of robert k
seeking office. he is former president bill clinton. he is hoping to pack enough political punch to topple a lot of targets. here is abc's jeff zeleny. >> reporter: bill clinton is back. >> look, i love kentucky, you've been good to me. >> reporter: plunging into one of the biggest battles of the year. the effort to knock off the top republican in the senate, mitch mcconnell. clinton said he turned gridlock into an art form. >> when there's a problem, do everything you can to make sure the problem is never fixed. it may work in an election year. get everybody upset and mad all the time but it is a dumb way to run a country. >> reporter: clinton helping mcconnell's opponent. secretary of state allison lunder again grimes. she was a teenager when she was president. here she is only 14 presenting roses to the clintons at their inauguration in 1993. surrounded by senators in washington, mcconnell brushed off clinton's visit. >> every time he comes, it is good for me. >> reporter: perhaps but clinton is the biggest draw. fueled by nostalgia for the past and a hope that hillary clinton runs for
freedom bill was vetoed this week, but did you know that president bill clinton signed the very same language into federal law 20 years ago. it was okay then, why not now? i'll ask the pro opponent of the arizona bill when we come back. online fox news.com. >>> this weekend hollywood's biggest names are going to gather for the academy awards. so we sent correspondent ryan reese to the red carpet for a preview. what's going on in hollywood? >> there's electricity in the air as celebritities and political assembled. >> what are political figures do there? >> they're here for movies like frozen, a documentary about the obamacare website. >> i enjoyed the movie "gravity." i wonder if you think that movie will win any of the awards this time? >> i was disappointed with "gravity." i heard it was about a woman lost in space and i was hoping it was nancy pelosi. >> i'm going to leave that one alone. let me ask you this, ryan, what is it that everybody is buzzing about out there? >> governor, there's some really ex traf gent set designs. take a look. >> wow, that looks like a scene maybe from
've been outspoken against bill clinton of late. i think -- wasn't clinton in kentucky today? >> yeah, but i think the democrats mistake bill clinton's popularity. we have a lot of conservative democrats in our state who go to church each week and who don't approve of his behavior, what he's done with women, sexual harassment in the workplace, a lot of democrats in our state don't approve of that kind of behavior. i think really having him as some sort of role model for the democratic party, it's something they ought to rethink, because there are a lot of people who don't agree with those kind of values. >> do you think that would be a big enough issue? do you think that would be a big issue if hillary runs for president? let's say you run for president, would you make it a big issue? >> i don't think bill clinton is so much an issue, his behavior and the way he's treated women through the years, it's really an issue about whether you want him as a role model and whether you want him as the leader in your party. it doesn't directly reflect on hillary, it's hard to escape the associati
the clinton administration and congress last raised the gas tax. that was 21 years ago when gasoline was $1.08 and i wonder if barack had even met michelle and there it remained for 21 years. due to inflation and fuel economy increases, the average cost per mile that the american motorist pays to the federal government for transportation has been cut in half. i went on the budget and the ways and means committee the last eight years in order to deal with this issue, but frankly i'm tired of waiting. i introduced a gas tax increase phased in over three years to fully fund a six-year re-authorization. was pleased to be joined by friends during my bill introduction by the u.s. chamber, the afl-cio, truckers and a.a.a., transit, local government, environmentalists, road builders. i find it hard to say people will say this will be a heavy lift because there's little support for it. when chairman camp offered $150 billion last week in his tax reform bill, what president obama suggested $300 billion, where was their broad base of support? maybe that's why both proposals were called dead on arrival
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